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Title Track Family Day this July 28th in Traverse City!

All ages are welcome for a special pop-up Water Protector’s Training Camp from 3-5pm followed by refreshments, a silent auction featuring donated items from area businesses and friends of Title Track, and an evening of live music from the Title Track team.
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Water Protectors Training Camp this July 15-16 in Leland!

WPTC is coming to Leland this July 15 & 16 - drop in either day from 12-2pm and build with us! Open to young people ages 10-17 years old. Facilitated by Holly T. Bird, Seth Bernard, and Jordan Hamilton.
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Episode 35 of State of Water

On this summer solstice 2023, we are happy to bring you a conversation with water protector, Jannan Cornstalk, founder of the Water is Life Festival. This year's Water is Life Festival is on Saturday, September 2 on the Petoskey Waterfront.
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In the news: Understanding Racial Justice featured in Northern Express

Thank you Northern Express for your interest in our Understanding Racial Justice program! There are still seats available for our upcoming in-person weekend-intensive URJ happening this coming weekend in Traverse City!
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Juneteenth celebration with Mama Sól on June 19th in Ann Arbor

This Juneteenth, you are invited to an evening of conversation, poetry, music, and visioning as we welcome hip-hop and spoken word artist, Mama Sōl.
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Water Protector's Training Camp update

We recently completed a wonderful Water Protector's Training Camp (WPTC) with Rapid City elementary students and are excited for upcoming WPTC sessions in Leland and Traverse City this July!
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Seth Bernard - "A path forward"

“Multicultural, inclusive, working class solidarity is a path forward for us and our families…this is powerful work that we’re all involved in and we’re here for it.”
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DATE CHANGE! Understanding Racial Justice weekend intensive this June 23-24!

Our next in-person cohort of Understanding Racial Justice will meet in Traverse City as a weekend-intensive cohort at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Grand Traverse (UUCGT) on the evening of Friday, June 23 and a full day on Saturday, June 24.
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TCAPS Changes Graduation Wear Rules, Allows Tribal Regalia

Miigwech/thank you to all of the tribal members and Indigenous leaders who organized and spoke in favor of this important matter of identity and cultural pride, including our own Co-Executive Director Holly T. Bird wearing her TCAPS School Board member hat.
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Piper Carter - "An investment in a better future for both people and the planet"

Check out this powerful message and invitation from board member, Piper Carter, and make sure you're following Piper's excellent Piper Carter Podcast where she discusses social justice and hip-hop.